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There are a wide variety of liqueurs that are flavoured with honey, and often they are also made with herbs and spices. Popular examples include Germany's Barenjager liqueur and the famous Polish quaff, Krupnik.
Brontë Original Unique Yorkshire Liqueur, named after the trio of literary legends, produced in the 1960s. A very rare and collectible ceramic decanter of honey-based liqueur.
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A rare old bottling of Canadian whisky liqueur made with honey. Yukon Jack is said to the 'black sheep' of Canadian liqueurs...
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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A rare, well preserved decanter of Brontë Original Unique Yorkshire Liqueur, which has recently inspired a launch Brontë Liqueur in 2014. This ceramic decanter, which includes the original… More info
A very tasty liqueur! Evan Williams Honey Reserve is based on Evan Williams bourbon and flavoured with natural, top quality honey. Delicious! More info
This Lyme Bay Winery Honey Liqueur combines two classic flavours - honey and whisky. Sweet with some richness and spice behind it. More info
Great for mixing and cocktails, this sweet liqueur is made with Sobieski's top quality Polish vodka and flavoured with caramel. More info
For those with a bit of a sweet tooth, this honey liqueur from A. van Wees ought to be the bee's knees. The sweetness isn't overpowered, however - floral notes waft in, bringing balance to the tasty… More info
A honey-and-Cognac liqueur from the ABK6 range. They use honey from the Charentes wood, which is also in the Cognac region, as well as Cognac from chalky soils to create this sweet, rich treat. More info
Made to a recipe designed by Fred van Zuidam and his son Patrick, this is a delicious Dutch liqueur made with honey and whisky. More info
A 50cl flask-style bottle of honey liqueur from the makers of Moniack Mead, made to a recipe from the Fraser family of Moniack Castle. More info
The latest honey flavoured whisk(e)y liqueur is from Bushmills, made with Irish whiskey and Irish honey. Mmmm. More info
A delicious German liqueur, this is made using honey, and it has a vodka-base. Its name, Barenjager, is German for "Bear Hunter" - perhaps for the kind of bears that are easily snared using honey (we… More info
To create their eponymous Honey, Three Barrels used a blend of their VSOP brandy and natural honey flavourings to create a sweet, mellow tipple which can be enjoyed over ice or in cocktails. More info
"Nature and Books belong to the eyes that see them" - Emily Brontë
So reads the bottle of this liqueur made, naturally, in 'God's own country', where the Brontë sisters themselves lived. A… More info
The Dubliner Irish Whiskey Liqueur sees three great flavours combined into one gorgeous liqueur - honeycomb, caramel and Irish whiskey. Plenty sweet with a touch of spice giving depth at its core. More info
Roots Rakomelo is a modern presentation of a traditional Greek liqueur, which is a mixture of grape pomace distillate, honey, cinnamon and clove buds. With those ingredients, expect a warming tipple… More info
St. Rémy with French Honey is a sweet, comforting liqueur made with a blend of French brandy and natural honey from the South of France. Rich, floral and refined, it's a decadent treat for Summer… More info
A rich, sweet Caramel Liqueur from French distillers, Joseph Cartron. We reckon this'll do well as in a coffee or a dessert as it would a cocktail... More info
Fans of classic British desserts will love this - a vodka-based sticky-toffee-pudding-flavoured liqueur from the Stivy's range. More info
A half bottle of Stag's Breath, a Speyside whisky liqueur flavoured with fermented honey. More info
With salted caramel becoming such a big 'thing' in desserts, why not try incorporating it in your cocktails too with this liqueur from top French producer, Edmond Briottet. More info
A digestif first developed over 110 years ago, Warenghem's Elixir d'Armorique is made with 35 plants as well as honey. Today, they also use their single malt spirit. More info
A sweet, buttery liqueur, Giffard Caramel toffee looks very suave, and is great when served over ice or in a cocktail. More info
A lower ABV edition of Old Krupnik Honey Liqueur, made with their tasty Polish vodka, herbs, spices and honey. Rather sweet and warming... More info
An exquisite caramel liqueur from Edmond Briottet. This is brilliant when used in cocktails, or when drizzled over dessert. Goes great with coffee too! More info